News Headline: “Nutmobile and Wienermobile visiting area.”
It is a little-known fact that the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is, at 27 feet long, the same length as the Planters Nutmobile.
And sometimes facts are little-known for a reason.
News Headline: “BP oil spill is much worse than people think, scientists say.”
News Headline: “Lawyers for Gulf spill victims say BP trying to renege on payments.”
News Headline: “BP warns Russian sanctions will hurt profits.”
If you look hard enough, there is a bright spot to even the Ukraine crisis.
News Headline: “People who feel they have a purpose in life live longer.”
A major purpose of modern science is to obtain precise measurements indicating everything our grandmas always told us.
News Headline: “Killer bus-sized asteroid flies dangerously close past Earth.”
That was two months ago.
This month’s killer bus-sized asteroid flying dangerously close is Asteroid 2014 OP2.
It was discovered Saturday, two days after it passed halfway between Earth and the moon.
As long as we are keeping track of killer bus-sized asteroids.
News Headline: “There is a lizard sex satellite floating in space, and Russia no longer has it under control.”
A reminder that these things happen in threes.
A woman in Enid, Okla., called the police to report that her dealer had sold her impure meth, police said.